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April 30, 2022

NEWS

The Verge

We’ve heard about those emails before — last week, developers like Robert Kabwe and Emilia Lazer-Walker reported getting them, and expressed distress that they had 30 days to update their apps, or they’d be removed from the store.

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9to5Mac

The company said it would pull software that had been abandoned by developers or just no longer worked. Removing software made years ago that doesn’t work when downloaded by customers on new hardware makes sense, but it hasn’t always been clear that’s what …

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CNET

When it comes to tech, it can be worth waiting a little after a product comes out before upgrading to it, especially if you like to save money. That’s why we wanted to spotlight this offer from Samsung. Right now, you can get the new Samsung Galaxy S22 …

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9to5Mac

As Native Union’s latest Apple-friendly charging station, this 3-in-1 offering packs a main 7.5W MagSafe mount for iPhone 12 and 13 series handsets. There’s also a secondary 5W pad for AirPods and the like, as well as a removable Apple Watch dock. Get all …

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Mac Rumors

Apple was the only top smartphone maker that saw a year-over-year increase in shipments in the last quarter, while Samsung, Oppo, Xiaomi, and others saw steep declines in their respective mobile smartphones. Apple iPhone 13 Pro color lineup 2022

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9to5Mac

20 years ago, on April 29, 2002, Apple unveiled the eMac – a desktop computer that was based on the iMac but with less premium design and hardware, so that it could be more affordable for the education segment. Although Apple has an education discount …

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The Verge

It’s also pausing the activation of PlayStation Plus and Now vouchers for current subscribers until after its new service rolls out in June, and there’s even an official conversion chart showing the value of those vouchers for its upcoming three services; …

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9to5Mac

Requires iOS 14.5 or later. Since the AirTag was introduced, we’ve seen some good and fun stories related to the product. Unfortunately, some malicious people have been using AirTag to track others …

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CNET

Google is the world’s largest search engine, processing more than 8.5 billion searches per day. Most of those results are used in benign ways, but sometimes they can lead to identity theft, fraud or even doxxing — using personally identifying …

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9to5Mac

That’s in contrast to Apple not using Siri recordings for ads and sharing voice data being turned off by default on devices like HomePod and iPhone since 2019. However, Amazon contends the new research is based on “inaccurate inferences or speculation.”.

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